QUEENS — It's enough to leave you flush with anger.
A 91-year-old woman was robbed of her jewelry at her Forest Hills home by two women, accompanied by a young girl, who asked if they could use the bathroom in her home, cops said.
The women, described as 40- to 50-years-old, came to the victim's back door on Nansen Street, between 69th Avenue and Selfridge Street on Aug. 2 around 1:15 p.m. accompanied by a girl believed to be around 9-years-old, cops said.
When the elderly homeowner answered the door, the women greeted her by her name, and asked her about her daughter, which confused her, cops said.
"What was I gonna think," said the victim, whose name DNAinfo New York is withholding.
One of the women said "her friend had Japanese food and it didn't agree with her," and asked whether she could use the bathroom, the woman said. The homeowner let the child and one of the women go upstairs.
The other woman stayed downstairs trying to distract the homeowner, cops said. Afterward, they thanked the her and left, cops said.
When the victim went upstairs, she realized that her wedding band and a gold bracelet, each worth $1,500, as well as her gold earrings, were missing from her bedroom drawer, she said.
"It happened so fast," said the woman. "I didn't have time to think."
She also said her daughter, who lives with her, left the house about five minutes earlier.
"They must have been watching my house," she said.
The victim said she has lived in the house for 58 years and raised her three children there.
The robbers might live in the neighborhood, cops said.